#AustinOutProud is a community engagement series for supporters of Out Youth. #AustinOutProud will host free, quarterly events for advocates, donors, supporters, volunteers, and their friends.
Volunteers are needed at:
Check in attendees
Direct attendees to the information desk if they would like to donate to or volunteer with Out Youth
Inform attendees about the event
The next #AustinOutProud event will be on Monday, April 29 beginning at 5 pm.
When: July 2019
4:30 pm - 7 pm
Austin Pride Parade
Out Youth will be participating in this year’s Austin PRIDE on Saturday, August 10.
We are looking for volunteers to help with
Promote Out Youth during the Austin PRIDE Festival from 11 am - 7 pm.
March with us in this year's Austin PRIDE Parade from 8 pm - 10 pm.
To register to march in the parade with us please fill out this form.
Volunteers who want to help ensure the safety of those walking in the parade with us please fill out this form.
Registering with us is REQUIRED so that we can report the exact number of people we will have marching with us at the parade.
When: Saturday, August 10
Festival 11 am - 7 pm
Parade 8 pm - 10 pm
Out Youth’s annual Glitz Gala is a night to come together to celebrate all of the great work that Out Youth has done as well as to fundraise for the upcoming year.
Where: Fair Market
1100 E 5th St.
Austin TX 78702
When: Saturday, November 9
9:00am - 4:00pm
Set up (unlimited spots)
Help set up and decorate for Glitz including: Set up the registration area, Set up the silent auction, Set up DJ equipment, Set up the photo booth, Hang up signage
6:00pm - 11:00pm
Silent Auction (5)
Help with silent auction including: Monitor item lists, Answer patron questions, Break down the auction when the evening is over
Paddles Up (10)
Help with paddles up including: Monitor patrons who bid on items, Answer patron questions, Break down the auction when the evening is over
Help with registration including: Check people in via online ticket/table purchase, Instruct people on how to purchase tickets if they haven’t already,
Check in volunteers will be asked to watch some video trainings and an in person
Photo Booth (1)
Oversee photo booth/ step and repeat by maintaining a flow of patrons who want to get their photo taken in the booth by assisting with set up and directing patrons to move along once photo is done.
Additional Volunteers who will be trained on a multitude of volunteer spots for this evening.
Dessert Table (2)
Help attendees with their cold brew, donuts, and other desserts. Help set up the dessert table and make sure that it goes out at the correct time.
11 pm - 12 am
Clean up (unlimited spots)
Help clean up including: Break down the registration area, Break down the silent auction, Break down DJ equipment, Break down the photo booth, Take down signageVolunteers are asked to wear “show blacks” attire, which is all black, neat, but casual clothing such as a collared (dress or polo) shirt, slacks, dress, or skirt and dress shoes, flats, or comfortable heels.
If you have any questions please contact Briona Jenkins, Development Coordinator, at email@example.com
Hill Country Ride for Aids (HCRA)
Twenty years ago, a group of people walked out into the road, looked up at the hills of insurmountable difficulties and said, “We can help.”
After two decades, hundreds of riders and volunteers continue to do something. Continue to help. You continue to look into the face of great difficulties, reach for the hand of a loved one, and say, “Let’s do this.”
We are looking for volunteers to:
Participate and ride in the ride.
Choose the Out Youth team
Help serve us food at the lunch pit stop beginning at 10 am.
The booth’s theme is “Party Like It’s 1999”, so we are asking all volunteers to wear purple.
Where: Krause Springs
404 Krause Spring Road
Spicewood TX 78669
When: Saturday, April 27
Lunch: 8:30 am - TBD
Our speaker series will showcase local adults who will share their stories of struggle and success. We are looking for LGBTQ+ adults to come and speak to our youth.
Volunteers are needed to:
Share their stories of struggle and success
6 pm - 7 pm
Texas GSA Network Registration Drive Volunteer
Volunteers are needed to call middle school and high school social workers and guidance counselors across Texas in order to:
Educate GSA faculty advisors, and social workers and guidance counselors at schools without a GSA, on how the Texas GSA Network can be of service to them
Gather and report on the contact information for faculty advisors and student leaders of GSAs across the state as well as information about how each GSA functions
Learn about their schools’ student-led GSA clubs (Gay-Straight Alliances or Gender & Sexualities Alliances)
Register GSAs with the Texas GSA Network, all while respecting and ensuring student, faculty and school privacy
For a full volunteer description please visit outyouth.org/texas-gsa-volunteer